American Movie Classics Magazine
Reflecting the classic Hollywood focus of the cable network, the magazine featured many full bleed photos and examples of classic movie art. It was also one of the first to use desktop publishing programs for its design and one of the first to go direct to 6-color film using desktop software.
As the magazine’s Art and design director from 1989 through 1996, I steered the magazine through two award-winning redesigns and the network’s entry into the online environment.
One of my favorite aspects of art directing this magazine was being able to research and oversee the high-end digital restoration of many rare classic Hollywood photographs.